What does EBM-Papst stand for? The ebm-papst Group is a manufacturer of electric motors and fans. It came into existence in 2003 when the companies Elektrobau Mulfingen GmbH & Co. KG (ebm), Papst Motoren GmbH
What does EBM-Papst stand for?
The ebm-papst Group is a manufacturer of electric motors and fans. It came into existence in 2003 when the companies Elektrobau Mulfingen GmbH & Co. KG (ebm), Papst Motoren GmbH in St. Georgen and Motoren Ventilatoren Landshut GmbH (mvl) merged.
What is an EBM fan motor?
The ebm-papst external rotor motor is integrated directly into the axial impeller, forming a compact axial fan unit. The combination of ebm-papst GreenIntelligence EC technology, intelligent sensors, and control electronics turns the fans into smart solutions for all purposes.
What is a tangential fan?
In a tangential fan, the air is drawn in over the entire length of the fan impeller. Inside the impeller, the airflow is diverted and accelerated by the vortex created by the rotation of the impeller. This results in an almost uniform laminar airflow over the entire outlet width of the fan.
What is a cross flow blower?
Cross Flow Blower Cross Flow Blowers are also known as Tangential Blowers or Crossflow fans. The Crossflow fan is usually long in relation to the diameter, so the flow approximately remains two-dimensional away from the ends. Unlike radial fans, the main flow moves transversely across the impeller.
How do EC fan motors work?
All electric motors work by the interaction of two magnetic fields pushing on each other. EC motors use permanent magnets to create the rotor field, and a series of coils controlled by an electronic controller (or “commutator”) to create the stator field.
Where are tangential fans used?
These days tangential fans can be used for a number of applications including: air curtains, blowers for electrical resistance heaters (Electric Fires / Kick space heaters), skin cooling for ovens amongst others.
What is a cross flow fan used for?
AC cross flow fans are widely used across industries for cooling and drying electronic items. They possess a space-saving long-narrow design and an even airflow pattern. These fans provide two-dimensional airflow across the length of the impeller and they produce less noise, too.
Where are cross flow fans used?
Examples of use cases for cross flow fans include:
- • Drying units.
- • Air curtains.
- • Melting machines.
- • Transformer air cooling.
- • Automotive air conditioning.
- Cross Flow Fans from Pelonis Technologies. All cross flow fans produced by Pelonis Technologies are rigorously tested for quality and are RoHS-compliant.
How many types of axial flow fans are there?
The major types of axial flow fans are: tube axial, vane axial and propeller (see Figure 5.4.) Tubeaxial fans have a wheel inside a cylindrical housing, with close clearance between blade and housing to improve airflow efficiency.